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Jeffery Simmons, Treylon Burks miss practice for Titans

Posted On: Feb 5, 2023   |   Posted By: NBC Sports

Defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons has been playing through an ankle injury in recent weeks and the issue caused him to miss Thursday's practice session. Simmons missed two practices last week before playing in last Sunday's loss to the Eagles, so his absence on Thursday doesn't mean that he'll be missing against the Jaguars this weekend.

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